Multiple Threats To Penn State Assistant Coach
Assistant Penn State Football Coach Mike McQueary has received multiple threats and will not attend Saturdays last home game of the season vs Nebraska.
Earlier Thursday Penn State head football coach Tom Bradley told the press that McQueary's game status would be a "game time decision".
Some of the assults documented in the grand jury report took place at the Penn State football facility, including a 2002 incident witnessed by McQueary who at that time was a graduate assistant.
McQueary reported to Joe Paterno seeing former coach Jerry Sandusky assaulting a young boy in the showers at the complex. Paterno then told athletic director Tim Curley and Vice President Gary Schultz. They told former Penn State president Graham Spanier. No one told the authorities.
Earlier tonight Jerry Sandusky denied the charges against him through his lawyer.